Turns out the under-development house that Ian has brought Tom and Tall Boy to is early stage construction. The door does not connect to the ground. Which makes Tom's escape all the more impressive. Go, Tom!
Jill preternaturally drives right to her late father's development, where Ian, Tom and Tall Boy are. How does she know to go here? Oh, and it's very dark now. She searches for them, and instead finds …
Running for her life in the empty, under-construction grid of homes, Jill catches her breath in the empty home that Tom happens to be holed up in. They comfort one another, and then she decides she needs to conjure Pretzel Jack as her defender in order to get them out of there. She holds hands with Tom to bring out good old PJ. So why is Tom thinking about Ian?
Pretzel Jack does not appear, and Tom is weirdly, inappropriately putting the moves on Jill. They are on the run, why is he going for romance? Umm... Is he actually creepy half-brother neighbor Ian in Tom form? He seems to be leaking the same white goo that other door creatures emit. YUCK. Jesus. Dammit, Ian! You're the worst.
Ian is getting a bit worn out by all of the monster making. He appears in the housing development looking sweaty and haggard with a large beverage in hand, a glint in his eye, and his buddy Tall Boy bloodied and armed with a power saw standing beside him. Good times.
Tom and Jill are chased by a terrifying Tall Boy. They run into another abandoned house under construction and both apologize to each other for past wrongs. The love is flowing, and all is good. Except Tall Boy is still coming. Jill needs to bring out Pretzel Jack.
Tom arrives and dashes past Tall Boy into the room where Ian and Jill are arguing. As Tall Boy saws through the door, clearly on his way to attacking Tom, Jill stabs Ian with a seemingly not-very-sharp knife. God this is gross. The knife is stuck and Ian is bleeding a lot.